Nokia and Apple receive top marks from Greenpeace

Greenpeace are pushing manufacturers of electronic entertainment systems and computers to renounce the use of dangerous chemical substances like poisonous flame retardants and PVC.

Appliances should use as little energy as possible and also be recyclable, they also (Greenpeace) demand that transparency from producers in their environmental date.

Now more than ever before applications must scale to meet changing business needs without incurring rising costs associated with keeping p with complex applications.

At the CES in Las Vegas on Thursday, Greenpeace dished out praise not only for Apple but also Nokia and Sony Ericsson for their products and information technology guidelines. To find out more visit cio-today.com

Live Comment

Your email address will not be published.